A Dazed & Confused magazine subscription inspires readers to celebrate their unique style.
Dazed & Confused magazine has evolved from a London street scene magazine into an internationally-recognised title that continues to identify and create leading-edge cultural trends through its challenging and often controversial editorial, design and visual identity.
With its world-exclusive interviews, groundbreaking fashion editorial, peerless photography and award-winning themed issues in music, art, fashion and film Dazed & Confused magazine defines the cutting edge of style and fashion.
A subscription to Dazed & Confused is a must-have to keep up-to-date with everything that is going on in the fashion world. Dazed & Confused also has an online magazine which is updated daily, hosting interactive projects, extra editorial content, exclusive music and fashion films.
All subscriptions come with free digital access.
Digital access consists of an online version of the magazine, with free access to 20 years of Dazed and Confused, along-side Apple App and Android versions.
Your Subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.
I love Dazed & Confused because, unlike so many of the other fashion and style mags out there, there is a real street feel to what they write. I love that edge, and the sense that age, gender, skin colour doesn’t matter – it’s all just about being comfortable and happy about whatever it is you’re wearing. That’s pretty cool.
I’ve appeared in a lot of traditional films and often played the role of someone who is safe, so the invitation to take on a harder persona is something I love and Dazed is a magazine that always gets under the surface of those they interview, and I love that. You know you’re not going to read just another chat about a new film or book – it’s real journalism done the right way.
I like Dazed and Confused, because I'm really into my fashion. With Dazed I know I will get all of the cutting edge, off-the-wall styles that I like. There’s an image the mag has that it knows it doesn’t have to – nor want to – try too hard. I think that’s very important where style goes... an acceptance that you shouldn’t have to think about something too much to make it cool. Dazed does that with great editorial and effortless photography – I love it.